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Cranial Nerve Damage: Difficulty Swallowing

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As a medical professional, you have extensive knowledge about the brain and its functioning.

That is why you suspect that your patient has sustained damage to a cranial nerve (CN) when you observe your patient is having difficulty in swallowing.

This can result from injury to which CN?

Select ALL that apply.

A

Trigeminal.

B

Glossopharyngeal.

C

Vagus.

D

Hypoglossal.

E

Facial.